Today’s share is a doozy — excerpts from José Araguz’s A Personal History of Want:
This memoir appears in Storm Cellar #6.2 here (print) and here (ebook), and subscribe! Submit to SC here, and read on.
They say not to introduce a new product in August; we remember hearing that some time ago, dear Reader. Let us reintroduce an old idea and wrestle with it, then. Lately, we have seen permanent things become impermanent. Today we’re raising from the archive Matt Muilenburg’s “The Leadoff Men”:
This nonfiction piece originally appeared in SC 5.2. Pick up the magazine here, download the ebook, and of course: subscribe! Keep reading, dear Reader: read on.
We’re so excited to release today’s share into the world, it’s full of true and truth, it’s Amber N.’s “Lol white men bore me”:
This essay originally appeared in SC 6.1; get it in print here, or download it from our store. Plus, subscribe! & read on.
Just in time for the hottest days, let’s think about cross country, marathoning, and their offspring with Luke Rolfes in “Running Time”:
This CNF piece first appeared in SC 4.3. Purchase print & ebook copies here, & subscribe for more like this, but delivered. Run if you want, but ever read on.
Fresh in the new issue, SC 6.1, we’re glad to share Lindsey Wilson’s creative nonfiction piece “Constellations“:
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